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NAKIVO hits another milestone with IT Monitoring for VMware vSphere 

NAKIVO hits another milestone with IT Monitoring for VMware vSphere 

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Data backup experts, NAKIVO, have shared insights on the 3 Pillars of Data Loss Prevention for VMware vSphere. The guidance is aimed at helping the 75% of some 40 million organisations that run vSphere boost their data resilience and protect against cyberattacks.

NAKIVO achieved yet another milestone in the company’s evolution with the new solution for monitoring VMware vSphere environments. IT Monitoring is an essential tool for virtual environments, giving organisations complete visibility into their infrastructure health and performance. The company also continues to improve backup protection against ransomware threats in NAKIVO Backup & Replication with the latest 10.5 release. 

IT Monitoring for VMware vSphere 

Monitoring the resource usage of VMware infrastructure is essential for identifying performance issues, avoiding bottlenecks and improving VM efficiency. Building on the company’s reliable data protection platform and years of expertise with VMware vSphere infrastructures, NAKIVO delivers a new highly efficient solution – IT Monitoring for VMware vSphere.  

IT administrators can now monitor the memory, CPU and disk usage of their VMware vSphere infrastructure from the NAKIVO Backup & Replication unified web interface. The new addition is useful both for real-time diagnostics and strategic planning. In addition to detecting ongoing issues, IT administrators can project future changes in resource consumption to avoid bottlenecks, all from the same interface they use to manage their backups. 

“VM performance monitoring can be a powerful tool in terms of ensuring infrastructure efficiency and agility,” said Bruce Talley, CEO of NAKIVO. “NAKIVO’s unique position in the backup and recovery industry also offers us insights into how monitoring can help prevent data loss in virtual environments.”

Hardened Virtual Appliance 

Businesses are under a growing threat from cybercrime, where data is not the only target anymore, but backups as well. With NAKIVO Backup & Replication, customers can create immutable backups in Amazon S3 buckets or a local Linux-based repository.  

Version 10.5 brings Hardened Virtual Appliance as NAKIVO continues to help customers improve resilience in the face of ransomware. The new feature offers a simple way to deploy the solution and protect backup data from ransomware at the same time. By deploying the solution as a hardened virtual appliance running Ubuntu Server, customers can use the local repository deployed with the VA to create immutable backups. This immutability cannot be lifted by users – not even the superuser – so the backups stay protected from modification, deletion or encryption by ransomware for the entire specified period. 

“Protecting the data that customers entrust to NAKIVO Backup & Replication is paramount,” said Bruce Talley, CEO of NAKIVO. “We want every company to operate safely without having to look over their shoulders at every turn or worry about their data being encrypted by ransomware.”

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